Dam Easy Flood – Making it That Simple to Protect Your Home from Flooding

Consumer Update

Did you know that in 2017 alone, 14,000 people per day experienced water damage at home or at work? That accounts for nearly 2.5 billion dollars in repairs!

Well, don’t take the risk, especially when it can be so easy to flood-proof your home.

Check out Dam Easy Flood Barriers.

Their range of products makes it so you can DIY. They wanted to take the dark art away from flood protection. All you simply have to do is buy their products or bring them home to install yourself.

Rest assured that zero tools are required to assemble protection. Take the Dam Easy Flood Barrier Door Dam out of the package, put on in your doorway, ratchet open the product over your doorway area, inflate the seal, and that’s it! It’s that easy.

And let’s keep it going with the factoids. Did you know that the chances of your home getting flooded are greater than the chances of it being burgled or catching on fire? If you look at the U.S. alone, you have more than 8 million homes affected by flooding or within flood-affected areas. Simply take a look at the total global market of Europe and the U.S. and Canada and that’s about 28 million homes affected by flooding.

Dam Easy Flood Barriers provides a whole range of products – not just the Dam Easy Barrier. They provide products that can protect your home in various ways.

Other tools that Dam Easy Flood Barriers offer are:

  • Dam Easy Extension Pole
  • Dam Easy Security Cover
  • Dam Easy SnorkleVent
  • Dam Easy Patch It
  • Dam Easy Toilet Dam
  • And more!

To learn more about how you can protect your home from flood damage, head to Dameasyfloodbarriers.com today.

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